Internet Archive Metadata

Metadata is data about data. In the case of Internet Archive items, the metadata describes the contents of the items. Metadata can include information such as the performance date for a concert, the name of the artist, and a set list for the event.

Metadata is a very important element of items in the Internet Archive. Metadata allows people to locate and view information. Items with little or poor metadata may never be seen and can become lost.

Note that metadata keys must be valid XML tags. Please refer to the XML Naming Rules section here.

All metadata for archive.org items are stored in <identifier>_meta.xml and <identifier>_files.xml. The meta.xml file contains all of the item-level metadata for an item (e.g. title, description, creator, etc.). The files.xml file contains all of the file-level metadata (e.g. track title, checksums, etc.). While these two files are the canonical sources of metadata for archive.org items, most users will interact with an item’s metadata via the metadata API. For example, nasa_meta.xml correlates to /metadata/nasa/metadata and nasa_files.xml to /metadata/nasa/files.

This document describes common metadata fields used on archive.org. Refer to the metadata API docs for more details on reading and writing metadata to items.

Archive.org Identifiers

Each item at Internet Archive has an identifier. An identifier is composed of a unique combination of alphanumeric characters (limited to ASCII), underscores (_), dashes (-), or periods (.). The first character of an identifier must be alphanumeric (e.g. it cannot start out with an underscore, dash, or period). The maximum length of an identifier is 100 characters, but we generally recommend that identifiers be between 5 and 80 characters in length.

Identifiers must be unique across the entirety of Internet Archive, not simply unique within a single collection.

We prefer human-readable identifiers where possible, as they are more useful for library patrons. For example, consider using the title and/or creators of the item in your identifier, or some shortened form of them.

Once defined an identifier can not be changed. It will travel with the item or object and is involved in every manner of accessing or referring to the item.

Custom Metadata Fields

Internet Archive strives to be metadata agnostic, enabling users to define the metadata format which best suits the needs of their material. In addition to the standard metadata fields listed above you may also define as many custom metadata fields as you require. These metadata fields can be defined ad hoc at item creation or metadata editing time and do not have to be defined in advance.

Metadata Schema

Below are _meta.xml fields that have special meaning on archive.org.

access-restricted

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Access Restricted

  • definition: Collection contents are restricted access

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: This tag is only used on items of mediatype collection (it will have no affect on items of any other type). This tag should only be assigned by internal IA admins.

  • example:

true

access-restricted-item

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Access Restricted Item

  • definition: Identifies item that is access-restricted

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: Only used on items, not collections. Automatically added to items in an access-restricted collection at the end of any task.

  • example:

true
  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • internal use only: Yes

adaptive_ocr

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Adaptive OCR

  • definition: Allows deriver to skip a page that would otherwise disrupt OCR

  • accepted values: true

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

addeddate

  • required: Yes

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: not editable

  • label: Date Added to Public Search

  • definition: 2019-12 and later dates: represents time item was added to public search engine. Earlier dates: Date and time in UTC that the item was created archive.org

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS,YYYY-MM-DD

  • usage notes: Beginning in December 2019 when item was first added to public search engine. It is added during the first task where the item does not have noindex present in meta.xml. The field is not changed or removed if the item is subsequently removed from public search. Prior to December 2019, Addeddate was automatically set when the item directory is been created in our file system. In many cases, the addeddate will be very similar to the publicdate. However, in some cases we create an item directory with metadata but no media files prior to the media being scanned. The addeddate reflects when the item was created, regardless of when the media was added to the item. When the media is added at a later date and a derive.php task is run, the publicdate will be added to the item.

  • example:

2017-03-28 22:05:46

admin-collection

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Admin Collection

  • definition: Collection will generally be suppressed from public display, e.g. in facets, membership lists on Collection/Details pages, etc.

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: Only used by internal IA admins

  • example:

true
  • defined by: IA admin

aspect_ratio

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Aspect Ratio

  • definition: Ratio of the pixel width and height of a video stream

  • accepted values: #:#

  • usage notes: Standard values for this field are 4:3 and 16:9, but other values are possible.

  • example:

4:3

audio_codec

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Audio Codec

  • definition: Program used to decode audio stream

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • example:

ac3

audio_sample_rate

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Audio Sample Rate

  • definition: Samples per second

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • example:

48000

betterpdf

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Better PDF

  • definition: Indicates that the derive module should create a higher quality PDF derivative (distinguishes text from background better).

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: This field is either set to the value true, or is not included in meta.xml. If this field is included after the initial derive is run, user should also run a derive task to create the better quality PDF.

  • example:

true

bookreader-defaults

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Bookreader defaults

  • definition: Indicates whether the bookreader should display one or two pages by default

  • accepted values: mode/1up,mode/2up,mode/thumb

  • usage notes: The bookreader defaults to showing books in 2up mode, so this field is generally only used to indicate that an item should be displayed in 1up mode (showing only one page at a time in the bookreader).

  • example:

mode/1up

boxid

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • definition: Location of physical item in the Physical Archive

  • accepted values: IA######

  • usage notes: Boxids always start with the letters IA followed by numbers. The numbers represent the container, pallet and box that the physical item is stored in. When there are multiple boxid fields in meta.xml, the first boxid listed represents the physical item that was digitized. Subsequent boxid fields represent the location of duplicate physical items.

  • example:

IA158001
  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA admin

  • label: Box ID

  • internal use only: Yes

bwocr

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Black and White OCR

  • definition: Allows deriver to OCR specific pages as B&W if color is causing failure.

  • accepted values: page number or range, e.g. 001

call_number

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Call Number

  • definition: Contributing library’s local call number

  • accepted values: string

  • example:

6675707
NC 285.1 P9287m

camera

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: user admin

  • edit access: user admin

  • label: Camera

  • definition: Camera model used during digitization process

  • accepted values: String

  • example:

Canon 5D

ccnum

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Closed Captioning Number

  • definition: Indicates which closed captioning file should be used for display and search

  • accepted values: cc#,asr,ocr,#

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items. Closed captioning files are stored as [identifier].cc#.txt in the item. This tag indicates which cc# file to display in item and use for search indexing.

  • example:

cc5
  • defined by: uploader

closed_captioning

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Closed Captioning

  • definition: Indicates whether item contains closed captioning files

  • accepted values: yes,no

  • usage notes: Field is generally only present when the video has closed captioning. When captioning is not present, the field may have “no” as the value, or just not be included in meta.xml

  • example:

yes
no

collection

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: user admin

  • edit access: user admin

  • label: Collections

  • definition: Indicates to the website what collection(s) this item belongs to.

  • accepted values: Must be a valid identifier

  • example:

prelinger
  • usage notes: Required for all items except “fav-username” collections. Always list the item’s primary collection first in meta.xml; this is the collection the item “belongs” to. The primary collection often represents the entity that contributed or created the content. Uploaders can only choose from collections that they have privileges for. General uploaders with no special privs can only upload to selected “Community” collections or the test_collection. Items in the test_collection are removed from the site after 30 days.

color

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Color

  • definition: Indicates whether media is in color or black and white

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Most used values are: color, B&W (black and white) Mostly used for video items, indicates whether video is color or black and white. Can be used to indicate different kinds of color (e.g. Kodachrome).

  • example:

color
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

condition

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Condition

  • definition: condition of media

  • accepted values: Mint,Near Mint,Very Good,Good,Fair,Worn,Poor,Fragile,Incomplete

  • usage notes: Defines the condition of the media in an item. In 78s and LPs this indicates the condition of the disc or media file. For sets with multiple discs, use the condition of the lowest grade disc in the set.

  • example:

Good
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

condition-visual

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Visual Condition

  • definition: condition of the artwork or printed materials that accompany a media item

  • accepted values: Mint,Near Mint,Very Good,Good,Fair,Worn,Poor,Fragile,Incomplete,None,Unknown

  • example:

Good
  • usage notes: Defines the condition of the artwork or printed materials that accompany the media in an item. In LPs this is used for album covers and sleeves. “Incomplete” should be used when we know that artwork/printed materials are missing. “None” should be used when the item has no artwork/printed materials and we know it is not supposed to have any. “Unknown” should be used when artwork/printed material MAY be missing, but we cannot verify.

contributor

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Contributor

  • definition: The person or organization that provided the physical or digital media.

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: For physical items that have been digitized, contributor represents the library or other organization that owns the physical item. For born-digital media, contributor often represents the organization responsible for the distribution of the content (e.g. a radio station or television station).

  • example:

Robarts - University of Toronto
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

coverage

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Coverage

  • definition: Geographic or subject area covered by item

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: The preferred use of this field is to signify a geographical location that relates to the item. For example, in the TV and radio collections, we use the ISO 3166 location code for the country and state/territory of the station being recorded.

  • example:

GB-LND

creator

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • definition: The individual(s) or organization that created the media content.

  • usage notes: For items provided by libraries, the creator is often listed using the Library of Congress Name Authority Headings, http://authorities.loc.gov/ For items from other sources, the creator is often listed as first name and surname. When an item was created by an organization, such as a government agency or a production company, use the full name of the organization. This field represents the entity who created the media, not the person who uploaded the media to archive.org (though these may be the same person). All alphabets supported.

  • example:

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817
Ralph Burns
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • label: Creator

  • internal use only: No

  • accepted values: String

creator-alt-script

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Creator Alternate Script

curation

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Curation

  • definition: Curation state and notes

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Curation is a compound field with “sub-fields”: curator, date, state, and comment. - Curator is the email address of the person who added the curation tag. - Date is the UTC time and date the curation tag was added, in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format. - State can be: dark, approved, freeze, un-dark or blank - Comment can be a code used by the scanning center team to indicate issues found during QA, or a text string with some other curation comment (e.g. information about why an item was frozen or made dark). Items uploaded into open collections are generally checked by malware detection software, and the curation field will contain the results of that check.

  • example:

[curator]lenscriv@archive.org[/curator][date]20160504125613[/date][state]approved[/state][comment]199[/comment]
[curator]malware@archive.org[/curator][date]20140321085621[/date][comment]checked for malware[/comment]

date

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Publication Date

  • definition: Date of publication

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: We encourage people to use YYYY, YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD for this field, but sometimes exact dates are not possible to determine. Other common usages: [YYYY] (brackets) when a date is not certain; c.a. YYYY (c.a.) when a date is approximate; and [n.d.] when a date is unknown (you may also leave the field blank in this case). If an item has a date range, such as YYYY-YYYY, we currently index only the first date in the range. Books, movies, and CDs often only have YYYY for a publication date. Magazines often have YYYY-MM for a publication date. Concerts and articles often have YYYY-MM-DD publication dates. Use the most specific verifiable date you have access to. When the item is a digitial representation of a physical piece of media (e.g. a book, a 78rpm disc, etc.) the publication date should represent the date that the specific physical item was published. A book may have been written in 1850, and then an edition was republished in 1885. If the digitized version is the edition republished in 1885, use 1885 as the publication date (not 1850).

  • example:

1965
2013-05-25
[n.d.]

description

  • required: Recommended

  • repeatable: Yes

  • label: Item Description

  • definition: Describes the media stored in the item.

  • accepted values: String, can contain links, formatting and images in html/css. Currently, with Collections, it can also contain raw Javascript, but we plan to remove this soon.

  • usage notes: May be about the media content (e.g. a description of the book’s plot), the physical item it represents (e.g. missing or damaged pages in the physical book that was digitized), the creator of the media (e.g. author biographical info that relates to the book), or any other information that may help a user understand the item or its context. All alphabets are supported.

  • example:

 Cinemascope homage to the city of San Francisco made by amateur filmmaker and inventor Tullio Pellegrini. 
  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

external-identifier

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • accepted values: String

  • definition: URLs or identifiers to outside resources that represent the media

  • usage notes: External-identifier includes Uniform Resource Names (URNs) for external resources about the media in the item. The field is usually in the form of urn:namespace:identifier.

  • example:

urn:publisher_catalog_id:88697 03614 2
urn:pubcat:victor:18890-B
urn:spotify:album:3jmETApVCjXb3hWTR1IEdH
urn:asin:0451531396
acs:epub:urn:uuid:d935586b-72a7-4720-bbb9-72fe75eae0e1
urn:acs6:blackreconstruc00dubo:epub:38413c16-074b-4fb6-a4dc-25e93e199d5f
urn:mb_artist_id:6de0f914-3e60-4418-be3b-42e0feb6eb4d
urn:X-pwacrawlid:AWP5
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • label: External Identifier

firstfiledate

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Creation date of the earliest file contained in the item

  • accepted values: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS

  • usage notes: Primarily used for WARC items

  • example:

20211103001952
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: IA software

  • label: First File Date

  • internal use only: No

fixed-ppi

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Fixed PPI

  • definition: To change the ppi to a specific resolution. Usually lower especially when jp2.zip fails

  • accepted values: Number

foldoutcount

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Fold Out Count

  • definition: Number of fold outs captured by operator

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • usage notes: Fold outs are photographed on machinery other than the Scribe. This field indicates how many foldouts were captured. The value may be 0 or higher.

  • example:

1

frames_per_second

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Frequency at which consecutive images are displayed

  • accepted values: Number

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • example:

29.97
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: IA software

  • label: Frames Per Second

  • internal use only: No

geo_restricted

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Geo Restricted

  • definition: Limits access based on ISO-2 Country Code

  • accepted values: e.g US

hidden

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: user admin

  • edit access: user admin

  • label: Hidden

  • definition: Hides collection from top level navigation

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: This tag only functions on items of mediatype collection.

  • example:

true

identifier

  • required: Yes

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Item Identifier

  • definition: Unique identifier for an item on the archive.org web site. Used in the URL for the item, ie archive.org/details/[identifier].

  • accepted values: String, minimum length is 5 characters, maximum length is 100 characters, contains only Roman alphabet characters, numbers, periods (.), underscores ( _ ), or dashes ( - ), and first character must be alphanumeric.,mediatype:account items begin with @ symbol.

  • usage notes: We encourage the use of human-readable identifiers, rather than opaque strings of numbers or letters. For most projects we try to keep identifiers below 80 characters in length for the sake of readability.

  • example:

SanFrancisco1955CinemascopeFilm

identifier-ark

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: ARK

  • definition: Archival Resource Key identifier

  • accepted values: ark:/NAAN/Name

  • usage notes: ARKs are URLs designed to support long-term access to information objects. We store the ark:/NAAN/Name portion of the URL in meta.xml. This can be tacked on to any ARK resolver’s domain to resolve the ARK, i.e. http://n2t.net/. Read about ARKs: http://n2t.net/e/ark_ids.html ARK specification: http://n2t.net/e/arkspec.txt

  • example:

ark:/13960/t4rj5fk7h
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

identifier-bib

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Local Identifier

  • definition: Additional local identifiers

  • accepted values: string

  • usage notes: Fields for many identifiers exist in the schema, including isbn, issn, oclc, and call_number. The identifier-bib field is used for additional local identifiers that don’t have a place elsewhere in metadata. These identifiers are unique to the institution providing the item.

  • example:

GLAD-84064318

imagecount

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA software

  • label: Image Count

  • definition: Imagecount gives an indication of the size of the content of an item (outside of file size, which is represented in the size field). Originally used only for books, the field has been repurposed over time to provide similar information for other mediatypes.

  • accepted values: Positive whole number

  • usage notes: Texts: represents number of page images in the item TV: represents number of seconds of video in the item Web: represents number of URIs captured in the WARCs in the item CD: number of images of physical item and accompanying materials

  • example:

230

isbn

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • definition: ISBN-10 or ISBN-13

  • example:

3540212507
031294716X
  • accepted values: String of 10 or 13 digits.,Final digit can be [0-9] or &#39;X&#39;

  • usage notes: https://www.iso.org/standard/65483.html https://www.isbn.org/faqs_general_questions#isbn_faq5

  • label: ISBN

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

issn

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: ISSN

  • definition: ISSN

  • accepted values: String of 2 groups of four digits separated by a hyphen. Final digit can be [0-9] of &#39;X&#39;

  • usage notes: ISSNs are identifying numbers for serials. See https://www.issn.org/understanding-the-issn/what-is-an-issn/ for clarification.

  • example:

2528-7788
1943-345X

language

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • accepted values: String

  • definition: The language the media is written or recorded in.

  • usage notes: For items provided by libraries, the language is often provided as a 3 letter MARC language code (e.g. eng), https://www.loc.gov/marc/languages/ For other items, the language is often written out as the full name (e.g. English). Not all items have a language associated with them (e.g. instrumental music), but when there is written or spoken language we are able to do some sorts of processing better when we know the language. To skip OCR on an item, set the value to None When an item contains no OCRable content, you will sometimes see the language set to zxx. Language is particularly important for text items so that we can do the best job with optical character recognition processing.

  • example:

eng
Italian
None
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • label: Language

lastfiledate

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Last File Date

  • definition: Date of creation of oldest file in the item

  • accepted values: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS

  • usage notes: Primarily used for WARC items

  • example:

20211103003910
  • defined by: IA software

lccn

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • label: LCCN

  • definition: Library of Congress Call Number

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • usage notes: https://www.loc.gov/marc/lccn_structure.html

  • example:

2004045278
  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

licenseurl

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: License URL

  • definition: URL of the selected license

  • accepted values: URL

  • usage notes: This link should point to a recognized license, like Creative Commons or GNU. For other types of rights statements, use the rights field.

  • example:

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/
  • defined by: uploader

mediatype

  • required: Yes

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Mediatype tells us about the main content of the item. It is used to determine how the item is displayed on the web site and may trigger special processing depending on the types of files contained in the item.

  • accepted values: texts,etree,audio,movies,software,image,data,web,collection,account

  • usage notes: texts: books, articles, newspapers, magazines, any documents with content that contains text etree: live music concerts, items should only be uploaded for artists with collections in the etree “Live Music Archive” community audio: any item where the main media content is audio files, like FLAC, mp3, WAV, etc. movies: any item where the main media content is video files, like mpeg, mov, avi, etc. software: any item where the main media content is software intended to be run on a computer or related device such as gaming devices, phones, etc. image: any item where the main media content is image files (but is not a book or other text item), like jpeg, gif, tiff, etc. data: any item where the main content is not media or web pages, such as data sets web: any item where the main content is copies of web pages, usually stored in WARC or ARC format collection: designates the item as a collection that can “contain” other items account: designates the item as being a user account page, can only be set by internal archive systems

  • label: Type of Media

  • example:

movies
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: IA admin

  • internal use only: No

neverindex

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Never Index

  • definition: Prevents RePublisher from removing noindex at the end of the texts digitization process.

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: Only used on internally digitized texts items. Normally when a text finishes the RePublisher process, the noindex tag is removed and the book is added to the public search engine. The neverindex tag prevents the removal of noindex, so books with nevrindex set to true should not end up in the public search engine.

  • example:

true

next_item

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: IA identifier of next item from a recorded feed

  • accepted values: identifier

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • example:

BBCNEWS_20121204_090000_BBC_News
  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • label: Next Item

  • internal use only: Yes

no_ol_import

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: No OL Import

  • definition: Keeps books out of open library

  • accepted values: true

noindex

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: No Index

  • definition: Prevents item from being indexed in public archive.org search engine

  • accepted values: true

  • usage notes: While the accepted practice is to have a value of “true” for this tag, the mere presence of the tag in meta.xml will actually cause the same effect regardless of the value used (including empty). In addition to not being included in the public archive.org search engine, the noindex tag will also cause the item to not be listed in the sitemap.

  • example:

true
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: Yes

notes

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Notes

  • definition: additional notes about the item

  • accepted values: String

  • example: []

  • usage notes: Use the description field to describe the media stored in an item. The notes field is for additional information like condition of othe physical item, technical notes about digitization, or similar.

oclc-id

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: OCLC ID

  • definition: Identifier of same edition in OCLC records

  • accepted values: String

  • example:

37432884

ocr

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: OCR Software

  • definition: Software package and version used for optical character recognition

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Set during derivation process.

  • example:

ABBYY FineReader 8.0

openlibrary

  • required: Deprecated

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Open Library Identifier

  • definition: Deprecated. Open Library edition identifier

  • accepted values: OL#M

  • usage notes: This field is deprecated. Please use openlibrary_edition.

  • example:

OL2769393M

openlibrary_author

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Open Library author

  • definition: Open Library author

  • accepted values: OL#A

  • usage notes: Correlates to the edition page on openlibrary.org. The OL edition page URL is https://openlibrary.org/books/[openlibrary_edition]

  • example:

OL52922A

openlibrary_edition

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Open Library edition identifier

  • definition: Open Library edition identifier

  • accepted values: OL#M

  • usage notes: Correlates to the edition page on openlibrary.org. The OL edition page URL is https://openlibrary.org/books/[openlibrary_edition]

  • example:

OL2769393M

openlibrary_subject

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Open Library subject

  • definition: Open Library subject

  • accepted values: string

  • usage notes: This field is currently used to supply books for carousels on the openlibrary.org home page. At some point it will also be used to import subjects from the openlibrary_work associated with the item.

  • example:

openlibrary_staff_picks

openlibrary_work

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Open Library work identifier

  • definition: Open Library work identifier

  • accepted values: OL#W

  • usage notes: Correlates to the work page on openlibrary.org. The OL work page URL is https://openlibrary.org/works/[openlibrary_edition]

  • example:

OL675783W

operator

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Operator

  • definition: Email of the person who scanned/captured the media in the item

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: usually email address. In texts this represents the person who operated the Scribe or other scanning equipment. In web items this represents the engineer responsible for the crawl.

  • example:

associate-stephanie-kinsey@archive.org

page-progression

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Page Progression

  • definition: Determines direction pages will be “turned” in a book

  • accepted values: lr,rl

  • usage notes: lr = left to right rl = right to left

  • example:

rl
lr

ppi

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: PPI

  • definition: Pixels per inch

  • accepted values: Positive whole number

  • usage notes: Indicates pixels per inch for an image. The most common use case is Internet Archive digitization centers. This number is set during the book scanning process.

  • example:

300

previous_item

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Previous Item

  • definition: IA identifier of previous item from a recorded feed

  • accepted values: identifier

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • example:

BBCNEWS_20121204_060000_Breakfast

public-format

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • definition: Collection file formats that are available to users in an Access Restricted collection

  • accepted values: String

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: This tag only affects items of mediatype collection and must be used in conjunction with the access-restricted tag. This tag should only be assigned by internal IA admins.

  • label: Public Formats

  • defined by: IA admin

  • example:

Metadata
  • edit access: IA admin

publicdate

  • required: Yes

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: not editable

  • label: Date Archived

  • definition: The date and time in UTC that the item was created on archive.org.

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS,YYYY-MM-DD

  • usage notes: Publicdate is automatically set when the first catalog task finishes on that item’s directory.

  • example:

2011-12-25 19:01:43

publisher

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Publisher of the media

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: - Books use publisher - Movies often use production company - Music often uses record label

  • example:

New York : R.R. Bowker Co.
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • label: Publisher

  • internal use only: No

repub_state

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Repub State

  • definition: Indicates the current state of a scanned book.

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • example:

19

republisher

  • required: Deprecated

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Republisher

  • definition: Deprecated. Email of the person who completed republishing the item

  • accepted values: email address

  • usage notes: This field is deprecated.

  • example:

associate-kiana-fekette@archive.org

republisher_date

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Republisher Date

  • definition: Date and time in UTC that the item was created archive.org

  • accepted values: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS

  • usage notes: Set by Scribe3 software.

  • example:

20170801165730

republisher_operator

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

  • label: Republisher Operator

  • definition: Email of the person who completed republishing the item

  • accepted values: email address

  • usage notes: Set by Scribe3 software.

  • example:

associate-kiana-fekette@archive.org

republisher_time

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • label: Republisher Time

  • definition: Number of seconds required to republish text

  • accepted values: whole number

  • usage notes: Set by Scribe3 software.

  • example:

504
  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA software

  • internal use only: Yes

rights

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Rights

  • definition: Rights statement

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Please see licenseurl for URL-based rights designations, like Creative Commons. For other rights information or statements, use the rights field.

  • example:

Permission is granted under the Wikimedia Foundation&#39;s 
These National Treasury publications may not be reproduced wholly or in part without the express authorisation of the National Treasury in writing unless used for non-profit purposes.

runtime

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • internal use only: No

  • definition: Length of an audio or video item

  • usage notes: Uploader can set this field, but most often we have determined and set this value during the derive process.

  • label: Run Time

  • accepted values: HH:MM:SS,H:MM:SS,MM:SS,M:SS,0:SS

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

00:15:00
2:12
0:23

scandate

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: The date and time in UTC that the media was captured.

  • accepted values: String

  • internal use only: No

  • usage notes: When an physical item is scanned/digitized, scandate represents the date/time that the digitization occurred. For web items, scandate represents the date/time the first WARC file in the item was created. For TV and radio items, scandate represents the begining time of the recording. Formats: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS YYYYMMDD YYYY YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

  • label: Scan Date

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • example:

20170329201345

scanfee

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Scanning fee used during billing process

  • accepted values: string

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Set by software based on parameters for each scanning partner

  • label: Scan Fee

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

100
300;10;200
0;1.45;0

scanner

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: Machinery used to digitize or collect the media

  • label: Scanner

  • accepted values: String

  • example:

scribe2.nj.archive.org
selenium-101.us.archive.org
Lasergraphics Scanstation
ArchiveCD Version 2.1.15
Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.3
  • usage notes: Primarily an internally used field. For digitized texts this represents the individual digitization station (e.g. Scribe 2 in the New Jersey center). For web items this represents the crawl machine used to gather the data. For films this represents the film scanner. For CDs this represents the version of the scanning software used for that CD. For end-user contriuted items, this represents the software used to upload the item.

  • internal use only: No

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

scanningcenter

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • definition: The location where a digital copy of the media item was created

  • accepted values: String

  • usage notes: Generally used in conjunction with our scanning services, this tag gives the location where an item was digitized, scanned or captured.

  • example:

boston
  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • label: Scanning Center

  • internal use only: Yes

size

  • required: No

  • repeatable: Yes

  • definition: Size of physical item digitized

  • usage notes: This field is used for physical items that have been digitized. It denotes the size of the physical item. It is widely used to indicate the size of the record in our digitization efforts, e.g. 10 for 78s or 12 for vinyl. If no unit is measurement is specified, assume inches.

  • label: Size

  • accepted values: Number

  • example:

10.0
  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

sort-by

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • definition: Allows default collection sort to be changed from the standard Views order

  • usage notes: This tag only works on items that are collection mediatype, and can only be set by people with privileges for that collection. Sorting by -downloads is allowed, but would currently be redundant, as that is already the default sort for all collections without this tag.

  • label: Default Collection Sort

  • accepted values: addeddate,-addeddate,creatorSorter,-creatorSorter,date,-date,downloads,-downloads,publicdate,-publicdate,reviewdate,-reviewdate,titleSorter,-titleSorter

  • edit access: user admin

  • defined by: user admin

  • example:

-date

sound

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • definition: Indicates whether media has sound or is silent

  • usage notes: Most used values are: sound, silent Mostly used for video items, this field indicates whether the media has related sound or is silent.

  • label: Sound

  • accepted values: String

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • example:

sound
silent

source

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • definition: Source of media

  • usage notes: Used to signify where a piece of media originated, or what the physical media was prior to digitization. - Focused crawl items list the site being crawled in this field. - Texts digitization centers use the field to denote folios. - TV uses the field to indicate the signal source. - Internal audio digitization projects use this field to indicate the format of the original media (CD, LP, 78, etc.). - External users often use this field to list a URL where the media content originated. - Etree users use it to record the “path” for recording a live concert.

  • label: Source

  • accepted values: String

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • example:

folio
Comcast Cable
CD
DPA 4021 &gt; SX-M2 &gt; SD 744T @ 44.1 kHZ/16 bit

source_pixel_height

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: Yes

  • definition: Pixel height of original video stream

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • label: Source Pixel Height

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

480

source_pixel_width

  • definition: Pixel width of original video stream

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • required: No

  • label: Source Pixel Width

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • example:

704
  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

sponsordate

  • definition: Billing date for scanned materials

  • usage notes: Related to digitization work. Usually a date string “YYYYMMDD”, but can contain notes, such as: “not to be invoiced-past billing period” “Grant ended, item not yet invoiced” “sent20111010”

  • required: No

  • label: Sponsor Date

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: String

  • example:

20100531
  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA admin

  • edit access: IA admin

start_localtime

  • definition: Start time of program in broadcast time zone

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • required: No

  • label: Local Start Time

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

  • example:

2010-03-26 18:00:00
  • internal use only: Yes

  • defined by: IA software

  • edit access: IA admin

start_time

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • definition: Start time of program in UTC

  • required: No

  • label: UTC Start Time

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

2010-03-26 15:00:00

stop_time

  • repeatable: No

  • required: No

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

  • definition: Stop time of program in UTC

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • label: UTC Stop Time

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

2010-03-26 16:00:00

subject

  • repeatable: Yes

  • required: No

  • accepted values: String

  • definition: Subjects and/or topics covered by the media content

  • example:

France
  • usage notes: Books and other media objects from libraries often use Library of Congress Subject Headings, http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects.html. Some collections may use their own controlled vocabulary for setting subjects. Many other items use the subject field as more casual “tags.” All alphabets are supported.

  • label: Subject/Keyword

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • internal use only: No

summary

  • internal use only: No

  • usage notes: This tag only works on items that are collection mediatype, and can only be set by people with privileges for that collection. Normally collection pages only show the first 2 lines of the collection description field on the Collection tab. Content entered into the summary tag for a collection will show at the top of the Collection tab in place of those 2 lines, can include HTML, and be any length (though we recommend keeping it as brief as possible).

  • definition: A summary section that appears on collection pages above the description, entire value appears at the top of the collection tab

  • required: No

  • label: Collection summary

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: String, can contain links, formatting and images in html/css. Currently, with Collections, it can also contain raw Javascript, but we plan to remove this soon.

  • edit access: user admin

  • defined by: user admin

  • example:

The Universal School Library (USL), is a growing collection of digitized books within the Internet Archive&#39;s larger holdings, made available through controlled digital lending, and curated by a national advisory group of school librarians, librarian educators and researchers.

title

  • definition: Title of media

  • required: Recommended

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: String, plain text; no HTML or HTML entities (they&#39;ll be displayed in raw form).

  • usage notes: All alphabets are supported

  • example:

San Francisco (1955 Cinemascope film)
  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • label: Title

  • internal use only: No

title_message

  • required: No

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: text

  • definition: Adds text to the item header <title>

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA admin

  • label: Title Message

  • internal use only: Yes

title-alt-script

  • internal use only: No

  • required: No

  • label: Title Alternate Script

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: text

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

tuner

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items. Maps the program number as used in H.222 Program Association Tables and Program Mapping Tables to a channel number that can be entered via digits on a receiver’s remote control.

  • definition: Virtual Channel the video was recorded from

  • required: No

  • label: Skip OCR

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: String

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

Virtual Ch. 24

updated

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Timestamp is typically when the last task ran on the item, but metadata updates can also be triggered manually.

  • definition: Timestamp in the metadata table for the last time the item’s row in that table was written

  • required: No

  • label: Updated

  • repeatable: Yes

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD

  • edit access: not editable

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

2014-12-05

updatedate

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Any time an item is changed via the editxml page by the updater (see <updater> field), a corresponding <updatedate> field is added to the meta.xml. Updatedate fields are added to meta.xml in the order changes have been made, so the oldest dates are listed first.

  • definition: Date the item was updated by updater

  • required: No

  • label: Update Date

  • repeatable: Yes

  • accepted values: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

  • edit access: not editable

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

2009-03-02 21:48:28

updater

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: After initial upload, when changes are made to the content of an item the account that made changes is included in the meta.xml in an <updater> field. Updater fields are added to meta.xml in the order changes have been made, so the first listed updater belongs to the oldest modification.

  • definition: Screen name of the account that updated the item

  • required: No

  • label: Updater

  • repeatable: Yes

  • accepted values: String

  • edit access: not editable

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

tracey pooh

uploader

  • repeatable: No

  • required: Yes

  • accepted values: Email address

  • definition: Email address of the account that uploaded the item to archive.org.

  • internal use only: Yes

  • label: Item Uploader

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

footage@panix.com
  • edit access: IA admin

  • usage notes: The uploader field determines which account has full access to modify/edit/delete metadata and files from the item without having any special privileges granted. Any other account that wants to modify this item must have some level of administrative privilege granted by Internet Archive.

utc_offset

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • definition: Offset between local time and UTC

  • required: No

  • label: UTC Offset

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: Whole number

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

300
-400

video_codec

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: Primarily used for TV Archive items.

  • definition: Program used to decode video stream

  • required: No

  • label: Video Codec

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: String

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

mpeg2video

viruscheck

  • repeatable: No

  • required: No

  • accepted values: true

  • definition: Causes virus check task to run on any item added to the collection

  • internal use only: Yes

  • usage notes: This tag only functions on items of mediatype collection. The tag is either present with a value of “true” or it should not be present in the item metadata at all. Currently all items uploaded into the open community collections have the virus check task run on them, without needing this tag. Any other collection that needs virus checking should have this tag present in order to trigger the virus check task to run on items uploaded into the collection.

  • label: Virus Check

  • edit access: IA admin

  • defined by: IA software

  • example:

true

volume

  • internal use only: No

  • usage notes: This field is not overwritten by MARC

  • definition: Volume number or name

  • required: No

  • label: Volume

  • repeatable: No

  • accepted values: string

  • edit access: uploader

  • defined by: uploader

  • example:

15

year

  • required: Deprecated

  • repeatable: No

  • internal use only: No

  • defined by: uploader

  • edit access: uploader

  • label: Year of Publication

  • definition: Deprecated, use date field

  • accepted values: YYYY

  • usage notes: Deprecated, use date field

  • example:

1996

File Metadata Schema

Below are _files.xml fields that have special meaning on archive.org.

album

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: uploader

  • accepted values: string

  • usage notes: Name of album for audio items

  • label: Album Name

artist

  • usage notes: Similar to “creator”. This is a common tag used in audio files.

  • required: no

  • label: Media Artist

  • repeatable: no

atime

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

autoplay

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

bitrate

  • required: no

  • label: Bit Rate

  • repeatable: no

btih

  • definition: system

  • required: no

  • label: BitTorrent Info Hash

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: string

collection-catalog-number

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

comment

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

crc32

  • usage notes: Error-detecting code used to verify contents of file.

  • definition: system

  • required: yes

  • label: Cyclic Redundancy Check

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: 8-length hex digest

  • example:

0ed6ddef

creator

  • required: no

  • label: Media Creator

  • repeatable: no

  • example:

Grateful Dead

ctime

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

external-identifier

  • required: no

  • label: External Identifier

  • repeatable: no

external-identifier-match-date

  • definition: uploader

  • required: no

  • repeatable: yes

  • example:

youtube:2018-07-19T04:36:11Z

format

  • usage notes: Indicates the type (format) of file. See tab “File Formats” for examples

  • definition: system

  • required: yes

  • label: File Format

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: string

  • example:

Thumbnail

genre

  • required: no

  • label: Music Genre

  • repeatable: no

height

  • usage notes: Image height (in pixels)

  • definition: uploader or system

  • required: no

  • label: Image Height

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: integer

  • example:

600

length

  • definition: uploader or system

  • required: no

  • label: Run Length

  • repeatable: no

  • usage notes: Run length (in seconds).

  • example:

274.97
04:35

matrix_number

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

md5

  • required: yes

  • label: Message Digest 5 checksum

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: 32-length hex digest

  • definition: system

  • example:

5376a4d222f6b2938f79a5843224cd42
  • usage notes: Cryptographic hash used to verify contents of file.

mtime

  • required: yes

  • label: modified time

  • repeatable: no

  • example:

1531829145
  • accepted values: integer

  • definition: system

  • usage notes: Unix timestamp indicating when file was last modified.

name

  • usage notes: Path to file name

  • required: yes

  • label: File Name

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: string

  • definition: uploader

  • example:

WHPT_102_5_FM_20180717_110000.mp3
noti080130.thumbs/noti080130_001134.jpg

operatingsystem

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

original

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • label: Original File

  • accepted values: string

  • definition: system

  • example:

WHPT_102_5_FM_20180717_110000.mp3
  • usage notes: For derivative files, this indicates the original file the derive was performed upon.

original-name

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

private

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: system

  • label: Restricted Access

  • accepted values: true

  • example:

true
  • usage notes: Indicates that access to this file is restricted to users with appropriate permissions

publisher

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

rotation

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: integer

  • usage notes: represents the rotation (in degrees) of the camera. Typical values are: 0, 90, 180, 270

  • definition: uploader

  • label: Camera Rotation

sha1

  • required: yes

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: system

  • label: Secure Hash Algorithm 1

  • accepted values: 40-length hex digest

  • example:

eec164bd3fca541beb3bb092826e8b47a8c91385
  • usage notes: Cryptographic hash used to verify contents of file.

size

  • required: yes

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: system

  • label: File Size

  • accepted values: integer

  • example:

31985916
  • usage notes: File size in bytes

source

  • required: yes

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: system

  • label: File Source

  • accepted values: original,derivative,metadata

  • example:

original
  • usage notes: Indicates whether the file was uploaded by a user (original) or generated by the system (derivative or metadata)

title

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • accepted values: string

  • usage notes: Song or track title in audio files.

  • definition: uploader

  • label: Track Title

track

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • definition: uploader

  • label: Track Number

  • accepted values: integer or string

  • example:

1
  • usage notes: Track number of album. Usually an integer, but occasionally has values like “2/14” (track 2 of 14)

wb_filtered

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

width

  • definition: uploader or system

  • required: no

  • repeatable: no

  • example:

800
  • accepted values: integer

  • label: Image Width

  • usage notes: Image width (in pixels)